Install wedge-shaped pool coves in the void at the base of your pool and prevent the tearing and stretching to the vinyl liner that would have happened otherwise. Sturdier and not able to erode away like sand or dirt, the Pool Cove has a self-adhesive backing to hold it in place and ensure your above ground pool liner doesn’t balloon under the weight of the water it holds.
Lightweight and easy to install, pool coves don’t hold moisture like sand or dirt, aren't hard to put in place like sand or dirt, and won’t erode like sand or dirt. See the FAQ tab to see how many coves you need for your pool’s size to significantly extend the life of your liner.read more
•How to find a hole or puncture in a liner:
– Determine if something is puncturing the pool liner.
•Slowly drop food coloring around the pool's ladder or stair strip, skimmer faceplate, and return faceplate.If there is a hole around these areas, you will see the food coloring being sucked into the hole. If the hole isn't near the stair strip, ladder, or skimmer or return faceplates, you will need to find the hole elsewhere in the liner. This process may be difficult, because many liners have a design on the bottom and sides of the pool floor and walls.